2. Blast Off
3. Last Suppit
4. P-Funk Medley: includes Mothership Connection / Let's Take It To The Stage / Take Your Dead Ass Home / Up For The Down Stroke
5. Uptown Up
6. There Was A Time
7. The Night Time Is The Right Time
8. Shake Everything You Got
9. Pass The Peas ->
10. Soul Power (tease) ->
11. Pass The Peas ->
12. Making My Way Back +
13. banter - Nigel thanks Maceo
14. encore break
15. Sam Huff's Flying Ragin' Machine +
16. By Any Shmeeans Necessary
17. banter - Nigel says goodnight
Maceo Parker plays saxophone and sings on tracks 4 through 11
Big thanks to Peter Costello for hooking me up with a new, improved recording location in the venue. You can really hear that this is a step-up from most of the previous stuff I've recorded there (excepting maybe the Lettuce/Maceo Haiti benefit from 1/18/2011, or possibly the Les Claypool 6/13/2010 show I recorded there)
Recorded, mastered, tracked, and posted by Scott Bernstein
Check out the album of photos that I posted from this show here:
LineageNeumann TLM-170 (hypercardoids, FOB almost parallel to right PA, about 30' from stage) -> Sound Devices 722 (@24/96); FLAC File processing in SoundForge Audio Studio 10.0c (time alignment; volume normalization; resample to 44.1 with iZotope 64-Bit SRC set higher than "Highest Quality" setting w/anti-alias filter; 24->16 bit dither using iZotope MBIT+ Dither with Ultra noise shaping, High dither settings); Tracked in CDWav.
March 10, 2011 Subject:
Ruby -- yeah, love Cheme!
He stepped up to fill the mighty Sam Kininger's (who was M.I.A.) shoes at this show, and did a great job! Of course it's hard to stand out as a sax player behind Maceo Parker....
March 9, 2011 Subject:
Great set, and you're getting better and better sound outta the bowl. great work as always. One very tiny thing- would love to see Cochemea Gastelum get props as I don't think folks associate him with the Royal Fam and he's been playing his butt off with them.